Digital Fractal Art by Kancano: Spiritual Rush

dearest odyssians,


spiritual rush – Kancano


weaved mandala – kancano

lions_heart_by_kancano via eyesofodysseus

Lions heart – kancano

timid blossom - kancano

timid blossom – kancano

i'm blue - kancano

i’m blue – kancano

the hippy peacock - kancano

the hippy peacock – kancano

a different kind of heart - eyesofodysseus

a different kind of heart – kancano

These Amazing digital fractal art designs are by Kancano. To see more of his work visit his dEviant art site:

Happy Saturday,  my fellow dreamers and spiritual artists!

Hugs, O and om. ♡

Silhouette photography: landscapes vol. 1 – mountains

Dearest Odyssians,


morning calm – matteo zoccolo


mt. fuji – syota takahasi


beautiful sunrise – vince chen


fog in the mountains – photokore


munnar india – senthamizkumaran


monochrome waves – ryan mcguire


good morning – robert mehlan

Beauty is in the shadows.
O and om.

Best tree landscapes

Dearest Odyssians,


morning frost – gilles couturier


friends forever – daniel wehner


rolling hills – bill tanata


long far away – alessandro caproni


dark tree – daniel nanescu


red sunset – photokore


wonderful pictures – enzio harpaintner


monochrome trees – ryan mcguire


into the light – mindfulness


seasons come and go – shubham


untitled/dead tree in water – wai shaw

We hope you enjoyed these beautiful tree landscapes. Photo credits are listed in the captions below each photo. Title is to the left, artist name appears to the right.

Hugs, O and om.

Let the bendy trips in

Dearest odyssians,

Optical Illusion via eyesofodysseus

this is your mind on ‘finishing a novel’

writing a mystery/thriller/fictional memoir is as hard as trying to make these rings not move when you look at them.

I dont usual air the dirty laundry of my writing process, but I feel like it might help me sort/ease my mental grind this time.

As i get closer to the end on my novel,’TT’, i feel the weight of its imaginary world (and the bad punctuation littered throughout – that i’ll have to correct before submission), crushing me. i’ve created an intricate series of lead ins to the plot twists yet to come. Now it’s time to push the coaster car/ story over the cliff and make the ride drop faster than my spirits about having to write the ending i threw everything and the kitchen sink at.

the drop needs twists and loops, curves, and some other twists too – like any good coaster- in order to keep the riders in the cars happy. That’s what i want more than anything… for ‘TT’ to be a real big time thriller that blows readers’ hair back. Riding the coaster should be fun fun fun. they’ve invested a lot in reading to page 350. the back end 50 can’t be a limp no go.

Here are my universal truths.

1. Riding the coaster should be fun.

2. building it should be also.

3. building it isn’t. Ugh ugh ugh. sad face. grumpy blah.

ok. sad fest over. rant done. i’ll complain/share more tomm.


Good luck to all writers of inter-genres. may the planetary alignment of PlUraTo be a blessing of clarity to you all. May Plurato untwist your twisty plot twists.

infinite hugs,

o and om.

mind bendy eye candy

mind bender via eyesofodysseus

Dearest Odyssians,

This is your mind on ‘finishing a novel’.


o and om


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